Riders Alliance Holds Contest To Find The City’s Worst Subway CommuteHe said they'll be doing this every week until a funding solution for real subway fixes is passed at the state level.
Flu Season Now As Bad As 2009 Swine Flu; Nassau County Reports Nearly 4,000 Confirmed CasesThis season started early and has been driven by a nasty type of flu that tends to put more people in the hospital and cause more deaths.
Long Island Man Accused Of Trafficking Over 350-Lbs Of MarijuanaA Long Island man has been accused of trafficking hundreds of pounds of marijuana.
Investigators Smuggle Drugs, Weapons Into 2 City Jails During Undercover ProbeA Department of Investigation probe has found gaping holes in security at city jails.
Fire In Perth Amboy Kills 2 Including 5-Year-Old BoyThe fire broke out around 3 a.m. Friday at a home on Commerce Street.
28-Year-Old Woman Struck By Stray Bullet In QueensIt happened around 7 a.m. at 41st Avenue and 10th Street in Long Island City.
Want A Divorce? Do-It-Yourself OnlineCelebrity divorce lawyer Laura Wasser's new website aims to get couples divorced from their computers or tablets, without having to hire an attorney -- or ever set foot in a courthouse.
Councilman Wants Corner Named For Soldier Killed Saving Lives During Bronx FireFamilies affected by a deadly Bronx fire, are getting help from their fellow New Yorkers.
Massive Fire Guts Multiple Homes, Cars In NewarkThe fire started around 3:30 a.m. Friday in a vacant structure on 9th Avenue and South 14th Street and then spread.
Jersey City Police Lieutenant Dies After Being Hit By Vehicle On NJ TurnpikeLt. Christopher Robateau was on his way to work when he was involved in a minor crash with a large DHL truck. Officials said he got out of his car to help the other driver when he was struck by a pickup truck.
68-Year-Old Man Knocked Unconscious In Unprovoked Attack On East Harlem SidewalkThe victim was attacked Friday afternoon while walking along Lexington Avenue near 117th Street in East Harlem.
ACS Teams Up With Experienced Detectives To Handle High-Risk CasesAbuse and neglect of young children can sometimes result in death. Now, the Administration for Children's Services has a new protocol for handling high-risk cases.